The words “welcome” and “hospitality” have long been associated with Mullingar Golf Club.
As long ago as 1960, when the former British Open Champion, Max Faulkner played Mullingar, he wrote to thank the Captain for the warm welcome and kind hospitality he had enjoyed and also described the course as one of the best inland courses he had ever played. Ryder Cup Captain, Paul McGinley, speaking of his delight in winning the Scratch Trophy in 1991, stated: “even more than that I remember Mullingar for the hospitality”.
The members place a high value on ensuring that all visitors to our club, golfers and non-golfers, feel very welcome whether in the clubhouse or on the course. It is part of the ethos of the club and is evident among members and staff. It is a source of great pride to welcome any visitor to our club.